Interesting Finds: August 2 & 3, 2006

by Jason Haley 3. August 2006 20:26

Signal to Noise Ratio = 34:1107

Other stuff
MelSam - CAB trivia
Heary Pierson - Lang.NET Is Helping Game Developers
Scott Hanselman - Hanselminutes Podcast 27 - Reflection
Dave Burke - iPod and Dog: In a Community Server Parallel Universe
Greg Young - Method Calls: Part 2 (Code Pitching)
Rick Brew - Paint.NET v2.70 is now available
Raymond Chen - The implementation of anonymous methods in C# and its consequences (part 1) and The implementation of anonymous methods in C# and its consequences (part 2)
Richard Prinz - The NAR loader - single file .NET deployment

Web stuff
Rama Krishna Vavilala - An Introduction to Ajax Programming in ASP.NET
Allister Frost - Installing Internet Explorer Beta 3 over Beta 2
Fritz Onion - An ASP.NET 2.0 Developer's Guide to reading Essential ASP.NET
Andrew Connell - ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks.... Setting up Subversion at home... Centrino & VPC fix
Tess - ASP.NET Case Study: Lost session variables and appdomain recycles
Jason Gaylord - Book Review: ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed
Tim A - Cross Domain XMLHttpRequests using an IFrame Proxy
alex - dp.SyntaxHiglighter 1.4.0
InfinitiesLoop - TRULY Understanding ViewState

Blogging stuff
jhuschka - How to be a good blogger?
Darren Rowse - Grow Your Blog’s Readership By Targeting Readers and Reinvent Your Blog

Microsoft stuff
Windows DevCenter - Microsoft Needs To Get Back Its Focus

Career stuff
ccalvert - Bio Added, Some Updates on the New Job
Scott Reynolds - 3 Months in Developer Hell
Jean-Paul Boodhoo - Going Independent
Mitch Denny - Why do you hire consultants?

Security stuff
Schneier on Security - A Month of Browser Bugs
Dana Epp - A Process for Performing Security Code Reviews
TristanK - Two easy ways to pick Kerberos from NTLM in an HTTP capture

Builder stuff
imeshev - Best Practices For Software Build Management

Code Generation stuff
The Igloo Coder - Code Generation with myGeneration

Source Control stuff
Jeffrey Palermo - Configuring Subversion (SVN) on Windows – level 200

Expression stuff
Paul - Expression Web Designer

PowerShell stuff
PowerShell Team - Windows PowerShell and the “PowerShell Worm”

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